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KING STREET St JULIAN   CLOSED 1840
JOHN DAY Part of Lot 1 in sale by auction of the St Martins Brewery as advertised 8th & 11th October 1794
STEWARD & Co Property described as hired, owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co.
Licensees :
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BENJAMIN MORLEY
worsted weaver
1763
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MOSES FULCHER 1779
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THOMAS CHAPMAN 1810



For Sale by Auction, Tuesday, 7th December 1779.
"A Good-accustomed Public-House; together with several other Tenements and Gardens thereto adjoining and belonging.....
In Occupation of Moses Fulcher and others, at the yearly rent of £26 6s."

For Sale by Auction, Saturday 7th November 1795. (Lot 3)
With Stable and Garden thereto belonging. Also several Dwelling Houses, Tenements and Gardens adjoining.


S&P documents state that the house was not supplied after November 1840 since the house was "Taken from us, Michaelmas 1840 ".